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The Grangeville globe. [volume] (Grangeville, Idaho) 1907-1922, June 02, 1921, Image 2

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CHAUTAUQUA PRESENTS "IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE

This Great Comedy Success Is to Be Presented on the Fourth Night by the Keighley
New York Players
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Ellison-White presents something new l'or fhuutnuquu p;iiio»t:< tills yeui'—a splendid eastern drninntle company In one of otir greatest American plays,
! "It Pays to Advertise." This big remedy success lia-', bmlc-u many records for continuous runs In cities all over the country. It Is a play with lots of ac
! Uon, clean and wholesome, and abounding in funny situations.
I The Keighley New York Players, will give a
j al one and has a high standing in dramatic circles. St
gloom-chaser. It Is a sure cure for the blues.
pr.Ml'.tciion of this splendid comedy, adequately staged In every way. The cast is an all-profession
•'It Pays To Advertise" by all means—It Is refreshing, Invigorating, mlrth-eompelllng nnd a true
ACCREDITED HERD PLAN."
Exhibitors of Cattle Warned That
Animals Must be Officially Tested
Director of Idnho Bureau of Animal
Industry tissues warning to cattle ex
lilbltors that all cattle must be of
ficially tested for tuberaulosls before
being allowed to enter fair or livestock
show grounds.
In the Interests of the cattle indus
try for better breeding aud healthier
livestock, and for the protection of
breeders and exhibitors whose herds
are on the aoeredlted list, State Reg
ulation No. 5 providing for the con
trol and eradication of tuberculosis in
cattle, paragraph 9 of Sec. 1 must lie
compiled witli for exhibition or sale
purposes at state or county fairs and
livestock shows :
Regulation B Section 1. Paragraph
"All bovine animals over 6 mouths
of age, must be accompanied by an
official tuberculin test chart, the test
tieing applied not to exceed 6 months
prior to entrance issued by an auth
oriaed state or Federn 1 veterinarian,
certifying that, said animals have pass
ed an official tuberltn test and
found free from tuberculosis."
All owners of breeding and dairy
cattle contemplating exhibiting such
cattle for show or sale purposes at
I »ny stale or county fair or livestock
show should apply to the State Bureau
of Animal Industry office for this
test at their earliest convenience.
If exhibitors are on the accredited
herd list they should apply to this
office fbr a copy of certificate of their
last official test
These tests will be made at the ex
pense of the owner except for those
owners who are cooperating with the
Bureaus under the "Accredited Herd
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Auctioneers
OUR ENTIRE TIME IS DE
VOTED TO THE BEST INTERESTS
OF 8HORTHORN AND HEREFORD
BREEDERS. IT IS A PLEASURE *
TO CONDUCT SALES FOR SMALL
PRODUCERS AND COUNTY . AS
SOCIATIONS AS WELL AS FOR
THE LARGEST BREEDERS AND
SALES SUCH AS THE WESTERN
ROYAL.
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WE ALSO CONDUCT FARM
AND RANCH SALE8.
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YOURS TRULY.
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CRANKE & JOHNSON


AUCTIONEERS V
Office in Globe Building,
Orangeville, Idaho
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Plan," or are Interested In this plan I
and will sgn the "cooperative agree- j
ment" for such test
The present livestock law does not I
Ijermlt any person to inject tubercul'n I
1 into any bovine animal except such I
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persong that have a permit from the
State Bureau of Animal Industry.
The Bureau regulations provide for
this testing in that any licensed vetor
inarian may apply to the Bureau for t
a permit to test cattle. A report must
be made to the Bureau ou official test !
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charts, provided by the Bureau, of all
animals tested, the owner to receive
a copy of the same.
Under the "Accredited Herd Plan"
a free test 1 b made and indemnity
Is paid for reactors slaughtered,
All fairs and livestock show offl- ^
dais are requested to take this matter
ter up with the State Bureau of Anl- j
may Industry and have this regulation
published In tholr official announce
ment and premium list for thqlr par
ticular fair or show .
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RED ROCK SCHOOL CLOSES j
Vas I.eali Smith elo-' I s very sue |
■-sful term of school a* the Kid
Rock School May 25th and celebrated
the event wtith a pleasing entertain
ment which consisted of winding a
May Pole son;>. recital! is and dri.'s
by the school children.
Superintendent Case delivered
very interesting commencement address
and A. J. Johnson presented the di
plomas to the two graduates, William
Miller and Martin Johnson.
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Mr. Case's address was beneficial
and Instructive to the parents as Well j
as to the graduates and was keenly I
appreciated by all his hearers.
The children's hand work was on
exhibit and was greatly admired by
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j Refreshments were served by the
ladies of the community.
FREE LECTURE
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Dr. C, F. Swift, Philadelphia, at L 0.
O. F., June 8
Dr. O. F. Swift of Philadelphia, at
I one time floor leader of the Pennsyl
vania legislature and recognized as
one of the foremost orators of Atner
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! f'*" 1 K ' Ve a free lecture at the *■
j O. O. F. opera house on the evening of
Wednesday June 8 at 8 o'clock.

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The subject of the lecture will be,
"Another Colossal Job for Uncle Sam"
and Is given under the auspices of the
Anti-Saloon League of America and
ttle gtate i eague .
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SPECIALS.
' One 3 1-4 wagon _
i One Urge Coffee Mill—Just «be
thing for making Corn Meal or
Wheat Meal _
... *25.00
7.50
One 3-section Gunn Book Case . 22.50
One 3-sectlon Macey Book Case 22JJ0
, Sewing Machines—guaranteed
' to stich well—upwards_
» j Burroughs Adding Machine—
' ; good as new___
7.50
LINGO'S
560
Transportation
Co.
Lewiston
Grangevilie Stage
Daily, via Lapwai, Culde
sac, Winchester, Craig
mont, Ferdinand, Cotton
wood.
Leave Orangeville, 1 p.m.
Arrive Lewiston. .6 p.m.
Leave Lewiston. .7 a. m.
Arrive Grange ville ___ _
-12 noon
Orangeville reservations
may be made with Mc
Adams' Main Street Gar
age and Hotel Imperial.
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NEW U. S. TREASURER
FROM THE WEST
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Frank White, former governor of
the r A. E E k< F* during The* war" 'is'
the newly appointed Treasurer of
ibe United States. He comes from
VaU«z£ity. N. D.
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this in my day_
The Camel idea wasn't born then. It was the
exclusive expert Camel blend that revolutionized
cigarette • smoking.
That Camel blend of choice Turkish and Domestic
tobaccos hits just the right spot It gives Camels such
mellow mildness and fragrance !
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The first time I smoked Camels I knew they
were
made for me. I knew they were the smoothest, finest
cigarette in the world, at any price.
Nobody can tell me anything different
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Camel
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SPECIALS
AT THE HUB
Ladies white canvas oxfords military heel __l
$2.75
Ladies white canvas oxfords military heel
$3.00
Ladies one and two strap Pumps white canvas..
$2.75
$3.90
$4.00
Ladies white Poplin Pump low heel
Ladios brown calf Oxfords low heel —
Ladies Black Kid Oxford military heel —
$6.95
Ladies Patent leather Oxfords high heel
$6.95
Misses white canvas Mary Jane Pumps
$1.95
Full line of Mens' and Boy's
Tennis shoes
THE HUB
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Inland Abstract &T rust Co., Ltd.
R F. FULTON, Manager
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE REAL ESTATE LOANS
CONVEYANCING
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